If you ever want to know Kali KuokoIts fitness method, it’s time to go to the E board! News Airlines. We got every detail courtesy of his trainer, Ryan Sorensen.
The Airmen The star’s story with Sorensen began five years ago, and it wasn’t a conventional gym that brought them together. “Callie had shoulder surgery and she was rehabilitating her with me,” he recalled in an exclusive interview with E! News. “Once the epidemic hit, I left and started my own business and Callie came with me. She said, ‘Hey, why don’t we just build a gym in my garage and you can train me there?’ I was, ‘Perfect.’
An actress, competitor, equestrian and former tennis player who achieved her goal without concentrating on the scale, Sorensen said: Said. “She works very well with her diet. She gets 10,000 steps a day. She always tries to do some kind of physical activity, be it with me, yoga or horseback riding.”
One to two times a week, the two meet for a full-body workout that can include resistance training, conditioning, and stability work. Kuoko’s choices include working with a stable ball, using a medicine ball, and other exercises that challenge his athlete. His favorite? “The Versaclimber,” Sorensen said. “She doesn’t love me very much.”
As with any exercise, he likes to keep it as enjoyable as possible.
“We just get creative by balancing the ball on our knees and pressing a dumbbell, or slamming some plyometrics or some made ball into the box and throwing the ball,” he said. “Just because he’s really interested and just having fun, obviously, exercising isn’t always the most fun, but we seem to have a good time.”